This is the story of the inner battle of a woman with two personalities: Soledad, a functional and brilliant therapist by day, and Luna, a mysterious DJ who roams the underworld of Mexico City by night.
Arcadio and Santiago are brothers that conduct a fight constantly, for control above a domestic empire on the production of tequila. Their father, Adolfo Berriozábal, promised to pass a ... See full summary »
Amor Descarado is an unusual, refreshing new idea of novela. Take one part drama, one part great actors, one part tear-jerker, and two parts comedy, you'd about have it summed up.
Barbara Mori is beautiful and fantastic as always as Fernanda Lira, it was a joy to see her here. But in that context, all the actors were great. Every character could make you laugh. After a day of drama there is nothing better than sitting down to an hour of laughs on Amor Descarado.
The show is dramatic, with interesting plot twists. However, where in some shows the concepts would be frankly ridiculous, here they succeed. This show was not meant to be realistic, it was meant to be funny. And it succeeds there perfectly.
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